The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels and the Athens - Attica & Argosaronic Hotel Association have joined other trade bodies against a decision to re-install the Organization Against Drugs (OKANA) headquarters in the center of the Greek capital.
Thessaloniki, Heraklion, Rhodes, Chania, Corfu, Mykonos, Kos, Santorini and Zakynthos airports are currently hosting tourist police offices in their arrival area. A tourist police office will soon be opening at Athens International Airport.
Novotel Athenès is connecting clients with the latest in technology following an upgrade of its services now including everything from speedy Wi-Fi to a web corner complete with iMac computers providing video messaging, boarding pass and internet printing plus applications for...
There’s no doubt about it… ’tis the season to be jolly and the Athens Concert Hall (aka Megaron Mousikis) is ready to set the festive mood with a series of Christmas and New Year’s events for all ages and tastes.
The Greek capital will be celebrating Christmas and New Year’s with more than 240 events to get the holiday pulse racing in its parks, on its squares and along its pedestrian walkways, the mayor of Athens said on Monday.
On the occasion of the autumn opening of its revamped Olive Garden Bar & Restaurant already serving guests delectable dinners and cool drinks under the stars, the Titania Hotel celebrates its unique history with an ongoing exhibition featuring rare photos and documents of yesteryear.
Following extensive renovation works, the restaurant located on the rooftop of the Titania Hotel in Athens invites guests to indulge in a “gourmet journey… Made in Greece”… with breathtaking views of the Acropolis, Lycabettus Hill and the cityscape below.
The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels and the Citizen Protection Ministry have joined forces to set up a tourist information center in central Athens, in efforts to provide visitors assistance and deal with problems arising during their stay in the Greek capital.
In one of the city’s hottest spots for lunch, the Titania Hotel’s La Brasserie restaurant, the chefs prepare pizza for lunch daily, adding to the rich menu of delicious snacks, salads and lights meals served.
Athens’ squares, pedestrian walkways, theaters and neighborhoods will liven up this summer with over 150 cultural events, according to the municipality’s “Summer in the City” program, which kicks off on Sunday!